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Sunday, February 05, 2006

Pomosexual



A combination of pomo- (shorthand for postmodernism), and -human sexuality (suggesting a sexual preference or orientation), the term itself is oxymoronic since it is descriptive of persons who do not identity with any specific classification of sexuality, and is used in reference to oneself as a protest against such labels. Although she did not coin it herself, sex-positive activism writer and editor Carol Queen popularized the term by using it as the title of an anthology of essays published in 1997. In it, she describes pomosexuality as the eroticism reality beyond the boundaries of gender, separatism, and essentialism notions of sexual orientation.

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